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14 Artists Create Oakland’s Pop-Up “Chinatown Mural Festival”

Bay Area mural artists invite public to join in to create mobile community art April 10-11
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Join 14 artists at Madison Park, 810 Jackson St this weekend, grab some lunch to support #oaklandchinatown restaurants and watch the magic. And if you’re inspired to pick up a brush, join in.

There will be open panels for the community to share their wishes and blessings. Chinese translation support provided Saturday. Elders and youth encouraged to come.

Love and Protect: Mural Series in Oakland Chinatown
April 10-11, 2021 | 10a-4p
Madison Park, 810 Jackson, Oakland
FREE

Bay Area visual artists of Asian and Black descent are producing a series of mobile public art murals in Oakland Chinatown for those impacted by Asian hate crimes.

On Saturday, April 10th local artists will gather at Madison Park starting at 10 am to paint large canvas works that can travel for community events and public display.

This project is in collaboration with Chinatown community leaders, and we are outreaching to seniors and community members in the neighborhood.

 

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